The Chapman University men’s tennis team completed the doubleheader victory for the Panthers as they beat Lake Forest 7-2 earlier tonight. Similar to the women’s match earlier today, sophomore Len Kamemoto completed a come-from-behind victory on the No. 2 court in his singles match.
A strong showing in singles led the Chapman University men’s tennis team to a 6-3 win over visiting Colorado College for its first victory of the season. The Panthers (1-1) took five of the six singles matches to overcome an early deficit.
Junior Brock DeHaven captured a singles win in the season-opener but the Chapman University men’s tennis team fell 8-1 to Division II Biola on Tuesday. The Panthers had three freshmen in the starting lineup, including two of the three top singles spots and the top doubles team.
After opening the brand new Lasting Tennis Center in the fall, the Chapman University tennis teams have been eagerly awaiting the opportunity to christen the new facility. That chance finally comes on Tuesday when the men’s team takes on Biola at 1 p.m.
Chapman University held its formal grand opening of the brand new Erin J. Lastinger ’88 Tennis Center on Oct. 7. The new $5.3 million facility is located across from Marion Knott Studios on the corner of N. Cypress St. and W. Palm Ave.
The Chapman University men’s and women’s tennis teams headed out to Claremont to compete in the ITA Division III West Regional this past weekend. Sophomore Lee Sadler led the men’s side, earning a spot in the round of 32. Freshman Madison Ross led the women’s side, going 3-2 on the weekend and advancing to the round of 16.